If you want to make your Easter dinner table extra special this year, a stunning centerpiece is key. It’s a great way to impress your guests and get them in the spirit of the season!
The best part is that you can easily create your own easter table centerpiece with just a few simple supplies. Whether you’re hosting an intimate family gathering or a big, festive party with all your friends and relatives, these easy ideas will help you celebrate the spring holiday in style!
1. Make a Fresh Spring Bouquet with Pink Roses and Eggs
A pretty floral arrangement is a classic Easter centerpiece, but it can get a little boring after a while. So to jazz it up, why not add a few colorful eggs to your bouquet?
2. Make a Natural Tree Wreath with Daffodils and Eggs
This simple centerpiece is made with natural tree twigs that are decorated with daffodils and brightly colored eggs. It’s the perfect combination of rustic and delicate, and it will add a cheerful touch to your home.
3. Create a Jute Basket for Your Table Decor
If you’re looking for an inexpensive last-minute decoration to dress up your table this Easter, look no further than a jute basket. It’s a versatile project that can be used to hold a variety of items, including spring flowers, Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies or chicks.
4. Use Paper to Make Accordion Flowers
If you love the idea of making your own table centerpiece but don’t have much time, try this easy-to-do craft. All you need to do is gather some paper napkins, a satin ribbon, 30-mm wooden beads with a 1/2-inch hole, pink and black gel pens and foil-covered chocolate eggs.
5. Organize Your Easter Table with A Collection of Bunnies, Candles and Plastic Eggs
The key to making a fantastic table centerpiece is to combine all of the components in an attractive way. For instance, if you have five or six ceramic bunnies, you can put them together in one large centerpiece to really make them pop. Or you can add in some candles, plastic eggs and some flowers for a really charming design.
6. Put a Twist on Old Bottle Vases
If your table looks a bit bare and drab, don’t worry – you can add some color with a few vases. You can go with a classic glass vase or make your own in an interesting shape, like these cute jars from Tatertots and Jellomade.
7. Cut Some Corsage Collars for Your Napkins
For a pretty touch, consider making posies of flowers and herbs to dress up your table. To do this, cut a strip of paper about seven inches long and notch the ends. Slip the posy stems through the slits to secure them.
8. Give Your Place Cards a Stylish Flair
To add a stylish finishing touch to your table, make place cards from repurposed Champagne corks. Hillery Antonatos from Beetle Hillery loves to sprinkle a few do-it-yourself touches around her tables, like these cute bottle topper place cards.